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  1. So you just open the bottle up and rub it all over your face?
  2. Is there any actual instructions on how to apply the milk of magnesium? This is the first time I heard of this idea and I'd like to have some kind of instruction.
  3. It doesn't make my face oily/greasy. It seems pretty decent.
  4. Sorry for the late reply, but the Gillette representative appeared to of made a mistake when replying to my e-mail. Pretty much, what she mean't to say was that NONE of the ingredients are comedogenic. Here is the copy of her reply: June 1, 2004 Chris, Thank you for your response. You alterted me of the error in my response to you. I intended to write NONE of the ingredients in the Facial Moisturizer are identified as comedogenic. I apologize for the confusion, and thank you again for ta
  5. I contacted Gillette and one of the representatives e-mailed me back saying that there was an ingredient in the moisturizer that was comedogenic. I am awaiting a response from the representative to tell me which ingredient it is. I will keep you guys posted.
  6. I don't use BP anymore because I don't really have acne. Only a few whiteheads and blackheads once in a while. I just use CC blackhead clearing scrub in shower and put moisturizer thats it
  7. Hmm...what if you just use it as a moisturizer?
  8. Does anyone have any info about this Gillette Moisturizer for men? Here is the link to what the product looks like http://www.drugstore.com/products/prod.asp...=BUY-PLST-0-CAT
  9. Actually, I found the moisturizer at my local Walmart. I was glad they have it
  10. Do you think they stock these moisturizers in CA stores yet? I went to Rite Aide and they didn't have it.